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    Use the filters directly below to select resources by disease type, interest, resource type and language. You'll find most of our disease information brochures under 'Patient Publications'.


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    Can I cure my AMD?

    While there is no cure for AMD, this short video looks at what treatment is available for age-related macular degeneration.

    What are the symptoms of AMD?

    This short video explains the symptoms of age-related macular degeneration so that you know what to look out for.

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    What is AMD?

    This video explains what age-related macular degeneration is and who is at risk.

    Eye injection costs and rebates: webinar

    This webinar, presented by Dilini Manthilaka, focuses on general information about the fees charged for eye injections, along with information about entitlements from Medicare.

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    Age-related macular degeneration (AMD): webinar

    This webinar presented is by Drew Sherwin, an Optometrist with 10 years of clinical experience.

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    MacTel fact sheet

    A free fact sheet on macular telangiectasia (MacTel), which is a disease affecting the macula that causes central vision loss.

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    How to write a Will and include a charity: webinar

    This webinar considers all the legalities of drafting a Will. This webinar was presented by Lisa Ziegler, Fundraising Manager from MDFA and Nicole Platt, Solicitor and Partner at Griffin Legal.

    10 Years of Research

    This publication, released to mark the 10th anniversary of our Research Grants Program, showcases the impact of MDFA’s commitment to research.

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    Central serous chorioretinopathy fact sheet

    A fact sheet on central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is a condition where fluid leaks under the retina, leading to reduced or distorted vision. CSCR usually affects young to middle-aged adults.

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